Sunday, 26 June 2011

Weekend Cooking: Is Weekend Baking this time.

Sunken Rhubarb Cake



You need:

2 stems of rhubarb, 150 g flour,
125 g butter, 100 g starch,
2 egg yolks, 1/2 bag baking powder,
1/2 cup milk, 100 g grounded almonds,
150 g sugar

Cut the rhubarb into 1 cm pieces and put them in a bowl with water and a little sugar. Set aside. Gently mix the egg yolks and the sugar. Add the melted butter and stir. Mix flour, starch and baking poweder and add all through a sieve into the bowl with egg, sugar and butter. Stir. Add milk and grounded almonds and stir.
Take a springform pan and cover the ground with baking paper. Put in the dough and place half-moon shaped rhubarb pieces on it. Bake for 50 minutes with 175°C.


I like the look of the moon-shaped rhubarb pieces sunken into the cake. If you want to you can decorate the cake with powder sugar.

I made the pie to welcome home the great thinker from his 10 day bike tour with his buddies. The tour was exhausting and he was starved.

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7 comments:

  1. I can't get over how pretty this cake looks :)
    Hope your exhausted bike rider enjoyed it!

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  2. Thanks. It's an eye-catcher. You can easily replace the rhubarb with sour apples. Take apple quarters and scratch lines in it. Looks super pretty, too.

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  3. This is the 2nd rhubarb recipe this weekend...I need to try it!

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  4. This looks really lovely and unique! I never know what to do with rhubarb other than make a crumble out of it. Thanks for the recipe!

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  5. I too love the way the cake looks with its pretty half-moon shapes. And it also looks so easy.

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  6. Definitely agree: that cake is so pretty! And it looks and sounds delicious, too.

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